Friday, October 30, 2009

Which Zone Are You In?

We have the most unselfish person in the world! His name is Jesus! He's the One we're called to pattern our lives and ministries after. This Sunday, I hope we can motivate each other to follow in Jesus' footsteps -- to get out of our Comfort Zones and move down the field of life with an End Zone mindset -- consumed with reaching the goal-line of being conformed into the image of God's Son - having the ambition of being just like Jesus.

Are You Ready For Some Word?

Come this Sunday, LIVE via UStream @ Deaf Bible Study @ 9:45a (cdt)..

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Kansas Deaf Revival - November 6-8, 2009

Check it out!!! Come and join us next weekend for the Kansas Deaf Revival. Brother Mike Atteberry, deaf minister @ Dahlia Church of Christ in Denver, Colorado, will be with us over the weekend. Hope to see you there!



Monday, October 19, 2009

The "F" Word

On October 18, 2009, we talked about the word, "FORGIVENESS" which is yet another HOT TOPIC or another HOT BUTTON that I may have pressed! Difficult, yet Doable! We can do a whole world of good with forgiveness.

Do you experience peace with hatred toward another? You can experience peace by practicing forgiveness.

Baptism of Shawn Harvey

Never mind the people who persuade you to wrestle with them in discussing theological questions concerning whether baptism is a salvation issue or not! But I have news for you!

The Bible has plenty to say about baptism and there's a bunch of references that baptism is definitely a salvation issue!

When we baptize a soul, to us, it's a BIG THING! We're ALWAYS thrilled when each person (it can always be you if you haven't done so) decides to make a commitment to follow Christ, be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of sins and live in Christ daily!!

Anyone else ready???! We're always ready to lead you to God!

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

German-styled Fellowship Luncheon

Last Sunday, we had a good crowd worshiping God! Following worship, we adjourned into the fellowship hall for a feast of Germany. Almost everyone brought in their German grubs. It was deliciously different! Loved having a variety of foods brought into the fellowship. In case you missed the fellowship luncheon this past Sunday, don't worry. We're going to do this again!

Now, I'm thinking what will be our next international food to try???? Any thoughts!?